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Three ideas to group the pictures in your house

Recognize it: when you moved in you decided to be minimalist, fleeing from the horror vacui you bought a single frame with a black frame and thought that your house could not be cooler. Yes, of course, that is the theory of decoration magazines, but at the moment of truth in our lives we end up with more than two and more than three paintings that speak of our personality and that we have to Group our works of art somehow harmonious in the space we have available.

The homework of organize pictures It is not trivial and today I want to propose up to six ideas to place them on your walls in an original way so that they coordinate with each other and with the decoration of the room. As we saw in other posts, before uploading them to the wall we recommend some system for you to see how they will look without having to pierce the wall.

Use similar frames for your paintings

The similar frames They give a very special uniformity to the walls. As you can see in the image that heads the post, we have chosen to put very similar frames in black and white to give uniformity to some frames that are quite different from each other.

Notice how they have been put to both sides of the pictures two with pelicans that are symmetrical and signal the beginning and end of the mural. Notice how the frames are uniform in color but not in shape, since there are wider and narrower.

Use the same frame

This advice is only valid in cases where we have full size pictures, as in the image, where it has been decorated with photographs. Here you can play with the spaces and put them all together or separate them with a couple of centimeters and even create some original shape with them.

Decorating in this way we win in symmetry and allows us to play more freely with the motives of the images. As you can see on these lines, the owners of the house have decided to alternate photos of their son with others of places they have visited, creating a mosaic of the most original.

Group similar motifs

Before the last advice I have to say that I am not a fan of the cross stitch, but I admit that the owners of the photo house have done well the trick of group similar pictures. Here the paintings have been placed around the two largest ones in an orderly manner and grouping those of similar shapes, such as the vertical ones on the sides. Of course, the picture of Santa Rosa de Lima I do not know why it is there, I would have taken it elsewhere (or directly would not have put it, I am not much to decorate with saints).

In short, we could say that for group pictures Ideally, we should look for some point they have in common since it will facilitate the task. Whether by sizes, shapes or the reason for them, having a stylish decoration is not very difficult if you put it to it.

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